Malton and Norton pubs

Last updated 12 October 2014.

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Malton pubs

Blue Ball, 14 Newbiggin, YO17 7JF
Opening hours: 12-midnight
This Grade II listed building dates from the 16th century & was named the Blue Ball in 1823. The low frontage hides a maze-like interior with the frontward cosy bar, compact servery and linking corridor retaining most of the pub's historical flavour.A smoking area is located at the rear of the pub. Home-cooked food is available. The Blue Ball Folk Club meets on the second Tuesday of each month
(01653) 690692
Crown Hotel, 12 Wheelgate, YO17 7HP
Opening hours: 11-11; 11-11.30 Fri & Sat; 12-11 Sun
Grade II-listed market-town pub that has been in the same family for 134 years and in the Guide for over 25. Double Chance is a regular beer brewed by Four Thorns Brewery,other Suddaby's beers by Brown Cow. Beer festivals are held at Easter, in Summer and at Christmas. The on-site shop stocks more than 200 beers, specialising in Belgian and local British microbreweries, plus wine and breweriana. A covered smoking patio is at the rear. Accommodation is available, with a discount for CAMRA members staying two nights or more.
(01653) 692038
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New Globe Inn, 3 Yorkersgate, YO17 7AA
Opening hours: 11-midnight (1 Thu-Sat); 12-midnight Sun
Food: closed Mon; 12-7; 12-3 Sat & Sun
This comfortable, two-roomed, street-corner pub is a former coaching inn dating back to the early 19th century and is Grade II listed. The spacious L-shaped front room comprises of a main bar area and snug which both feature framed historic photographs of Malton with the smaller games room leading to a substantial beer garden which is heated during Winter. Traditional pub food is served at lunchtimes. Accommodation is available. A disco and karaoke can be enjoyed at weekends.
(01653) 692395
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New Malton, 4 Market Place, YO17 7LX
Opening hours: 11.30-11; 12-10.30 Sun
Food: 12-9
The New Malton is in a prominent position overlooking the Market Place of Malton. This Grade II listed building has seen several changes through the years and is believed to have been The Whip Inn during the 18th century. The bar is situated in the lower level of the main room and offers three rotating guest ales mainly originating from Yorkshire micros. Locally sourced food is served throughout the day.
(01653) 693998
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Old Lodge Hotel, Old Maltongate, YO17 7EG
Opening hours: 10-11
The Old Lodge, a Tudor mansion, was originally built in 1604 as the Gatehouse to Malton Castle and is a Grade II listed building. There is a cosy wood-panelled bar open to non-residents. Home-cooked food, sourced from local produce, is served lunchtimes and evenings. En-suite accommodation is provided. Functions and corporate events are catered for. Smokers are catered for at the front and rear. Dogs are welcome when meals are not being served.
(01653) 690652
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Rory's Bar, 57 Market Place, YO17 7LX
Opening hours: 9.30am-10; 9.30am-11 Fri & Sat; 11.45-3, 6-10 Sun
Food: All day until 8.30pm
Rory's Bar is situated in a Grade II listed building located in the very heart of the town and a delightful addition to the Malton real ale scene. There is a main bar/eating area with outdoor drinking and smoking catered for at the rear. A regular Wold Top ale together with a guest are offered. Occasional Jazz nights feature at weekends. Time limited parking can be found close to the bar.
(01653) 694999
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Royal Oak, 26 Market Place, YO17 7LX
Opening hours: 12-11; 12-1am Fri & Sat
This Grade II listed single-roomed local is situated in the Market Place in the heart of Malton. A rotating guest ale is offered. Customers can enjoy a game of pool or darts. Major sporting events can be viewed on a "big" screen. To the rear is a partially covered drinking/smoking area and car park. Occasional live entertainment features at weekends.
(01653) 692122
Royal Oak, 47 Town Street,Old Malton, YO17 7HB
Opening hours: closed Mon; 12-midnight; 12-1am Fri & Sat
Popular historic Grade II listed inn in a picturesque village off the A64 close to the Eden Camp military museum. At the front of the is a cosy snug, to the rear is a larger room with original beams and a log fire, leading to an extensive beer garden with a large covered smoking area. Four handpumps serve beers mainly from Yorkshire. Traditional home-cooked meals are available Thursday to Saturday evenings and Saturday and Sunday lunchtimes.Children are welcome but guide dogs only. The bus stops outside.
(01653) 699334
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Spotted Cow, Cattle Market, YO17 7JN
Opening hours: 12 (10 Tue)-midnight; 10-midnight Fri; 12-11.30 Sun
This Grade II listed building,located opposite the livestock market, is more than 300 years old with traditional cruck-framed construction. It has a wonderful, tile floored Tap Room, with wooden seating and a Rose's Brewery mirror, together with a main bar area and separate pool room. A covered smoking area is located at the rear of the pub. bar snacks are available. This pub is a member of Cask Marque.
(01653) 697568
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Talbot Hotel, 45-47 Yorkersgate, YO17 7AJ
Opening hours: 12-11
The Grade II listed Talbot Hotel, recently refurbished, is on Yorkersgate, a short distance from the Market Place. A cosy bar is open to non-residents offering one house beer plus guest. The Talbot is renowned for its fine cuisine, with celebrity James Martin the executive chef, and bar meals are served lunchtimes and evenings. All accommodation is en-suite and the hotel caters for functions and corporate events. To the rear are landscaped gardens. Smokers are catered for at the rear of the Hotel.
(01653) 639096
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Wentworth Arms, 111 Town Street, Old Malton, YO17 7HB
Opening hours: 12-3, 5-11; 12-11 Sat & Sun
This Grade II listed 18th century former coaching inn has an attractive, creeper-clad exterior. The main drinking area is a low beamed, L-shaped space.The restaurant has been converted from an adjoining barn, where good value, home-cooked meals are based on locally sourced produce and feature daily specials. Guest beers come mainly from northern micro-breweries. Good value accomodation is offered and the Wentworth Arms is an excellent base for exploring the area - the Eden Camp Military Museum being a short distance away.
(01653) 692618
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Yard, 11 Market Place, YO17 7LP
Opening hours: 10-11; 10-1am Fri & Sat; 11-10.30 Sun
Food: 12-3 Mon & Tue; 12-3, 6-8 Wed-Fri; 12-6 Sat & Sun
A recent addition to the Malton real ale scene, The Yard Bar and Function room is located in the heart of the town centre and comprises a comfortably furnished main bar area with separate function room. A rotating real ale is offered. Live music features every weekend. At the rear is a large outdoor drinking/smoking area. Dogs are welcome with well behaved owners. Free time limited parking is close by.
(01653) 696999
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Norton pubs

Derwent Arms, 26 Church Street, YO17 9HS
Opening hours: 11-midnight
Food: 12-2.30, 5-7.30; 12-3 Sun
This spacious single-roomed local is situated on the main street through Norton close to the level crossing. The room is separated into a drinking area with large L-shaped bar, eating and games areas ( 2 pool tables and 3 dart boards). Freshly cooked meals are served lunchtimes and evenings. Major sporting events and daily horse racing can be viewed on multi-screened TVs. A smoking area is at the rear next to the pub car park.
(01653) 693631
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Hyde Park, 29 Mill Street, YO17 9JH
Opening hours: 1.30-midnight; 12-midnight Fri-Sun
The Hyde park is a traditional two-roomed community pub located in Mill Street, close to the town centre. One regular beer together with three rotating guests are offered. Pub games are catered for in the Tap room ( pool and darts ). Live entertainment features at weekends. There is a smoking/drinking area both front and rear of the pub.
(01653) 690274
Railway Tavern, 2 Wold Street, YO17 9AA
Opening hours: 5-midnight; 4-midnight Fri; 12-midnight Sat & Sun
A street corner single-roomed local situated in Norton main street. The room is separated into a drinking area, games and play areas. A regular real ale plus rotating guest are offered. Pub teams participate in local pool and darts leagues. Live entertainment features every other weekend. Smokers are catered for at the side of the pub. Major sporting events are screened on TV. There is a children's "toy" room adjacent to the bar and a function room upstairs.
(01653) 690111
Union Inn, 46 Commercial Street, YO17 9ES
Opening hours: 9am-1am (11 Mon)
Food: 9-11 (Breakfasts only)
This popular traditional two-roomed pub is located in Norton main street. Two regular beers are offered. B & B accommodation is available and breakfasts can be purchased by pub customers. This pub is sports orientated with teams participating in local football, pool, darts and domino leagues. Sporting events can be viewed on multi-screen TVs. There is a partially covered smoking/drinking area at the rear. Dogs are welcome in the Tap room only. Functions are catered for on request.
(01653) 692945